Information on Applaws Kitten Tin Food Chicken Formula 70g:
|Classification||Food & treats|
|Product Type||Wet Food|
|Pet Size||XS Cat|
|Suitable Weight||For Kittens|
|Additional Features||Chicken Formula|
Why to buy Applaws Kitten Tin Food Chicken Formula 70g :
Made With Natural Ingredients
Applaws Chicken Kitten Tin is a premium complementary cat food specially formulated to help aid the physical development of kittens. Made with natural ingredients, Applaws is a complementary pet food for kittens, feed alongside a complete wet or dry cat food including Applaws complete dry kitten food, for a balanced diet.
A Natural Source Of Taurine
Taurine is an amino acid that is essential in a cat’s diet because they cannot synthesize it adequately like most other mammals. The feline heart, platelets and retina require Taurine for both structure and function. Your cat’s liver, gallbladder, central nervous system, skeletal muscles and bones also utilize Taurine, and it may assist in electrolyte balance.
Additional Information: Feeding Kittens
Feeding kittens requires a great deal of time and effort. Newborns nurse every couple of hours or more, while kittens up to three weeks of age need feeding at least every four hours. Once kittens are approximately 3 weeks old, you can mix a little dry, mashed-up commercial kitten food in with the formula. Gradually increase the kitten food while cutting back on the kitten formula, so that by the time kitty is 6 weeks old he's eating dry and canned kitten food and no longer needs his bottle.
Additional Information: Feeding Tips
When feeding kittens, let them nurse upright on their tummies, the way they would if they were getting milk from mommy. Underfeeding and overfeeding are both bad your vet should be able to recommend how much formula to give a kitten at a particular age. After kitty eats, you'll have to play the role of mother cat to get him to pee and poop. Gently massage kitty's urinary area and anus with a warm washcloth. His real mom would use her rough tongue on these areas to make kitty "do his business." By the time kittens are a month old, they can be introduced to the litter box.